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The Collector’s Case Subscription Box Review – January 2018

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The Collector’s Case is a geeky subscription box shipping out of Canada. They send exclusive t-shirts, celebrity autographs in random cases, and 4-6 pop culture collectibles each month. Each shipment is valued over $60.

This box is sent for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

About The Collector’s Case

The Subscription Box: The Collector’s Case

The Cost: $25 + $8 S/H

The Products: Exclusive t-shirts, Celebrity Autograph in Random Cases, and 4-6 Pop Culture Collectibles. Case valued over $60.

Ships To : US and Canada

January 2018 Collector’s Case Review – Case #21

The Collector’s Case no longer has themes and are just going with box numbering – this is box #21.

It comes with an information card that details the items in your box and some of the possible bonus and variations you could have received.

And you’ll get previews of upcoming themes on the back.

The Punisher Beanie – Value $15?

Instead of a t-shirt this month, The Collector’s Case has sent a Punisher beanie/hat.

It has ‘One Man Army’ banded across the hat – and while it’s a beanie, it has a hat brim.

Of course, it’s not a Punisher hat without one of the best logos in comics!

Deadpool Bleacher Creature – Value $25 on Amazon

You’ll get a marvel Bleacher Creature plush in your box – the card shows off Star-Lord, Venom, and Deadpool – but they don’t say if those are the only three variants. I got Deadpool!

These are self-standing and are about 10 inches tall. The self-standing aspect definitely makes me like these more than the typical plush toys I’ve received in boxes.

Iron Fist Dorbz Figure – Value $4 on POP Price Guide

You’d either receive Iron Fist of a Mark 1 Iron Man Specialty Series Dorbz figure.

Over time, I’ve grown to actually really like the Dorbz line – especially their little Rides line. Iron Fist is my preferred figure this month, too – I just love that green and yellow suit.

Like the POP line, there are just SO many to collect.

Wolverine Wacky Wobbler – Value $20 on Amazon

So – the card lists that the box will include an Iron Man Wacky Wobbler – I’m guessing they ran out of inventory because I got Wolverine – and I’m happy about that!

These are 6 inches – the size of a super-sized POP figure. They’re all plastic and really lightweight. While I’m not really excited for Wacky Wobblers, I am excited for Wolverine in this costume!

Like all Funko products – if you like them, there are sure to be a lot more to go out and collect.

Monogram Marvel 3D Foam Keyring – Value $6 on Amazon

This month does come with one blindbag item – it’s a little keyring from Series 1 of the Marvel line.

I got the little Spider-Man. I never know what to do with keyrings since I carry keys in my pocket and don’t want them to be bulky – does anyone have good ideas for these?

There are a number to collect, including two rare pulls – what did you get?

Monogram Spider-Man Magnet – Value $8-9 on Amazon

This is a bigger magnet – it’s around 4 inches tall – and features a metallic and reflective Spider-Man.

It’s flat and low-profile, got ahead and pop it on any metal surface.

Upper Deck Spider-Man Homecoming Trading Cards – Value $5?

Like most Collector’s Case shipments, you’ll get a pack of cards (at least one pack!) – this month featured cards from Spider-Man Homecoming. I didn’t pull any autograph or outfits cards this time – bummer!

Monogram Iron Man Lanyard – Value $15 on Amazon

The Amazon price seems a bit high for a lanyard – but maybe I’m not familiar with the lanyard landscape.

It features an ID card holder – and even a little rope for your keys that has a quick detach – that’s something I haven’t seen.

And, of course, Iron Man is all over the lanyard!

Verdict: This month also had the opportunity to pull an Anthony Mackie autograph – which is one of the coolest autographs from them yet! So, if you got that, then this month was even better. What I can say is, if you aren’t into Marvel – then this month wasn’t for you since it was ALL Marvel. But, for me, I really enjoyed this month again – time and time again I love unboxing these – there is typically more stuff than most other geek boxes, and they do a good job of bonus items while still keeping the value high.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No. You’ll find the current available theme on their landing page.

Coupon: There are no coupons at this time.

Read all of our Collector’s Case Reviews to find out more about this subscription. Check out all of our Geeky Subscription Boxes in the Subscription Box List. Rate, review, and follow this subscription on The Collector’s Case profile page.

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Written by Eric Cadman

Eric Cadman

Eric is the co-founder of My Subscription Addiction. He’s been hooked on geek subscription boxes since 2012 thanks to Loot Crate and Nerd Block. Geek boxes sparked his desire for collecting Funko Pops and comic book statues!

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

3 Comments

  1. I got a Michael Keaton autograph card in my spider-man pack so needless to say I loved this box <3

  2. You can also make key rings into Christmas tree ornaments…great for girl trees or souvenir trees

  3. For key rings if you have a corkboard they hang off if traditional push pins. The back wall if my computer desk has a magnetic board and I hang key rings from there (using magnets that are a similar shape like push pins).

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